COMMENT | A President’s ‘32′ TV By Garba Shehu

By  Garba Shehu When Bayo Omoboriowo, the restless Personal Photographer of President Muhammadu Buhari barged in on the President requesting to have his picture taken as he watched the match between the Super Eagles of Nigeria and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, it certainly didn’t occur to him that he was opening a window to … Continue reading COMMENT | A President’s ‘32′ TV By Garba Shehu

EDITORIAL | #EFCC Chair: The Abracadabra And Paradoxical Nature of Ibrahim Mustafa Magu

By Adenike Lucas Power is intoxicating. So much so that absolute power, they say corrupts absolutely. In the case of Ibrahim Mustafa Magu, this powerful maxim has proven to be true. Mr Magu's quest for power has revealed much about his corrupt nature. Many of the atrocities have been reported on this news site, but … Continue reading EDITORIAL | #EFCC Chair: The Abracadabra And Paradoxical Nature of Ibrahim Mustafa Magu

COMMENT | Why Nigerians Must Apologize To Farida Waziri

By Yahaya Joe The quintessential Farida Waziri is not only a lady of substance but a crack detective who rose to the coveted rank of Assistant Inspector-General of Police. She then retired and later headed the EFCC under the sedate presidency of Umaru Yar’adua of blessed memory. In her days in service as an archetypal … Continue reading COMMENT | Why Nigerians Must Apologize To Farida Waziri

COMMENT | Not Too Young To Run Bill And Independent Candidacy Bill: A challenge to the Nigerian Youth By Banks Omishore

By Bamikole Omishore The time of youth is the best time of one’s life; the peak period when purpose should be chased and dreams fulfilled. It is however a parody that according to reports 73% of young people are restricted from running for office even when eligible to vote, and 51% of the population are … Continue reading COMMENT | Not Too Young To Run Bill And Independent Candidacy Bill: A challenge to the Nigerian Youth By Banks Omishore

COMMENT | The Pro And Anti Buhari Protests By Muhammad Ajah

By Muhammad Ajah Just like the presidents of every country of the world are very important to their citizens, the case is the same in Nigeria. Nigerian presidents are of great significance to their people. And so President Muhammadu Buhari has been the central point of focus for the Nigerian people since he took over … Continue reading COMMENT | The Pro And Anti Buhari Protests By Muhammad Ajah

COMMENT | A BIG COVER UP AND WHY WE ARE SO INTERESTED IN MAGU

Exclusive: By Comr. T. M Inuwa End of Boko Haram I don't have to be a smart intelligence officer or a psycholinguist to know that. Boko Haram may soon be dumped, exposed with its commanders unveiled and taken down after achieving the diabolic aim of destroying, drugging their fighters into a robotic maniacs, and armed … Continue reading COMMENT | A BIG COVER UP AND WHY WE ARE SO INTERESTED IN MAGU

COMMENT | EFCC Chair: Before Lawyers Ruin Magu And democracy

By Martins Oloja In this season of too many inclusive matters, managing priorities becomes an urgent matter of public interest. One of the priorities that those in power should consider immediately is the unfinished business of confirmation of Ibrahim Magu, the Acting Chairman of Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC. I believe the business should … Continue reading COMMENT | EFCC Chair: Before Lawyers Ruin Magu And democracy

COMMENT | All Ebira Stalkholders Meeting: “A Show of Shame And A Disgrace To The Core Value Of Ebira Kingdom”

By Muktar Omeiza After Thorough reading of the communique at the meeting, the speech delivered by our own Governor coupled with careful observations and response from various Anebira home and abroad, I broke down in tears for the future of The upcoming youthful Ebira sons and daughters if the paramount ruler and other prominent tradition … Continue reading COMMENT | All Ebira Stalkholders Meeting: “A Show of Shame And A Disgrace To The Core Value Of Ebira Kingdom”

COMMENT | NIGERIA, CORRUPTION CONTROL AND THE BURDEN OF INTEGRITY: A CALL FOR PATROTISM

By: Shehu Bashir Integrity is a virtue that should never be compromised for anything, when it does, the result is always devastating – a nation in shambles and a soul in disarray.  Nigeria no doubt is such a very complex country.  This complexity is making everything very difficult to work. When laws are to be … Continue reading COMMENT | NIGERIA, CORRUPTION CONTROL AND THE BURDEN OF INTEGRITY: A CALL FOR PATROTISM